The Innovator's Guide to Growth: Putting Disruptive Innovation to Work
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More than a decade ago, Clayton Christensen's breakthrough book The Innovator's Dilemma illustrated how disruptive innovations drive industry transformation and market creation. Christensen's research demonstrated how growth-seeking incumbents must develop the capability to deflect disruptive attacks and seize disruptive opportunities.
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What We're Saying
The books on our 2008 shortlist for the Innovation & Creativity Category are: Iconoclast: A Neuroscientist Reveals How to Think Differently by Gregory Berns (Harvard Business Press, October 2008) What is an iconoclast? "A person who does something that others say can't be done. " Gregory Berns researched iconclasts and found that their brains function differently from the average person in three respects: perception, fear response and social intelligence. READ FULL DESCRIPTION
Marci Alboher of The New York Times recently conducted a Q&A session with Guy Kawasaki via email. One exchange for you entrepreneurs: Q. What is your advice to entrepreneurs seeking funding or growth opportunities if the credit and capital markets continue on their current course? READ FULL DESCRIPTION
Create structures, systems, and metrics -- so the disruptive innovations that will power your firm's future growth receive the funding and personnel needed to succeed
Create a common language of disruptive innovation -- so managers can reach consensus around counterintuitive courses of action Incisive and practical, this book helps your company take the steps necessary to benefit from disruption -- instead of being eclipsed by it.